How PCCW Global Leverages Threat Hunting to Win Against Malware Infections

Presented by

Frederic Lhoest, Senior Technology Architect, PCCW Global | Geert Verbist, Senior Sales Engineer, Rubrik

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In the midst of a cyberattack recovery, identifying what systems were first affected by malicious threat actors - and when - can be challenging. In this session, you’ll hear how PCCW Global - a leading communications service provider, offering the latest mobility, voice and data solutions to multinational enterprises, telecommunications partners, cloud and application service providers - leverages threat hunting and monitoring to win against malware infection by analysing backup snapshots and providing insights that help avoid malware reinfection during recovery. Watch this and learn about: -> How PCCW Global uses threat hunting solution to find malware and avoid reinfection -> How to scan backups for indicators of compromise using file patterns, file hashes, or YARA rules -> How to analyse backups to surface clean snapshots and identify the earliest indicator of compromise Make sure to take a look at the attachments as well - we've added extra learnings on how to optimise data protection and provided you with additional resources to help set you up for success.

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